artista: Gloria Lynne
label: Funky Juice
formato: DIGITAL RELEASE
|1||Perdido - Suonho Swingin' Disco Mix||04:10||€0.90|
|2||Perdido - Panaphonic Hot Summer Night Remix||04:34||€0.90|
|3||Perdido - Message Combo Remix||04:32||€0.90|
|4||Perdido - Panaphonic Club-Jazz Remix||05:06||€0.90|
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Suonho alias Tommaso Berardocco is an Italy based Producer, DJ, cultural activist, knob twiddler..born in 1974. Deep music lover, manage all genres of music that touch soul and shake body.Remixed many great artist such as Bob Marley, The Bahama Soul Club, Renegades of Jazz, DJ Vadim and many others, releasing on respected labels like Wass, Resense, Boyù/Sony, Organically Grown Sound, etc.Won the DJ Shadow Remix Project and recently the Havana Cultura Remix Competition, selected by Gilles Peterson. He is currently producing original tunes with many many collaborations from all around the world.
website > www.soundcloud.com/suonho
Suonho says: "Gloria Lynne was very well know to me for some timeless gems like "Speaking Of Happiness", that i love so much.When Funky Juice Records asked to remix "Perdido" i was excited by the possibility to say mine about this tune, so energic, sunny and swinging at the same time. The main idea was to put Gloria's wonderful voice in a dancefloor enviroment, without to distort the magic of the original tune, but with a strong upgrade on both structure and style. I came out with a fresh swing-disco version, i hope will make dancin' many people during the forthcoming summer 2011."
The PANAPHONIC project was born some years ago as a result of the ROBY J.C. playroom. During the last few years he dedicated most of the time creating the new barrio jazz gang album, just released these days, together with Steve Micarelli,. At the same time he fond the time to create his first solo album "Sunrise Light", a collection of his latest studio works where the artist shows us his skills and his innovative experimental sounds. NuJazz has evolved through the years to become one of the most popular form of dance-club music.The project is a mixture of electronic treats with analog synths as well acoustic percussions and groove samples from all over the world and ethnic vintage vinyls.
Message Combo BIOGRAPHY
Message Combo is a musical project of Leonardo Cesari. They carry an artistic heritage that goes back a long way: to the magical and irreverent Roman jazz scene, to the sounds of 1960s nightlife, and the atmosphere Cesari experienced in his own home participating in jazz sessions with his father Umberto, the legendary pianist whose studio was infused with all the energy of that buzzing world. That timeless sound remains unforgettable and has been enriched by Leonardo Cesari's encounter with the excellent musicians that give life and shape to Message Combo, each adding a unique and distinctive contribution. Started playng drum at five years old, with his father, a jazz legend Umberto Cesari.He has played and he plays among the others with:Alex Britti, Tiromancino, Sergio Cammariere, Alex Baroni, Daniele Silvestri, Roberto Ciotti, , Fabrizio de rossi re, Asha Puthli, Ares Tavolazzi, Michael Blass, Burt de Norf, Mimì Verderame, Bill Smith, Hot club de jazz.
LEONARDO CESARI : Drummer, producer, composer.
Gloria Lynne BIOGRAPHY
As a young girl, Lynne sang with the local African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church Choir. At the age of 15, she won first prize at the "Amateur Night" at the Apollo Theater. She shared the stage with contemporary night club vocal ensembles as well as with Ella Fitzgerald, recording as part of such groups as The Enchanters and The Dell-Tones in the 1950s. She recorded as a soloist under her birth name, though most of her work was released under her stage name on the Everest Records and Fontana Records labels. She was signed to Everest in 1958.Although showing much promise early on, especially after TV appearances, including the Harry Belafonte Spectacular, her development suffered through poor management; some unscrupulous recording 'executives' profited while she was left virtually penniless, saved only by the fact that she was able to work steadily and earn her money from performance - still today she receives only a trickle of royalties. In the 1960s she had several hits including "June Night", "Love I Found You," and "I Wish You Love" (1964) (which became her signature song), "I'm Glad There Is You" and the answer to Gene McDaniels's "Tower Of Strength" with Lynne's "(You don't have to be a) Tower Of Strength", a pop thorn amongst the jazz roses but nonetheless a hit for Lynne and proving how versatile she could be in the studio. After her time with Everest Records she moved to Fontana and recorded such albums as "Soul Serenade", "Love And A Woman", "Where It's At", and "Here, There And Everywhere" all of which showcased her versatility in jazz, RnB, soul and melodic "pop". During her earlier years on-the-road Gloria Lynne shared bills with some of the giants of RnB, Jazz, Pop and Standards including Ray Charles, Billy Eckstine, Johnny Mathis and Ella Fitzgerald. Notable TV specials include two with Harry Belafonte and duets with Billy Eckstine. As Lynne moved into jazz in her later career she worked with top flight musicians and arrangers and performed with many of the jazz greats, including Quincy Jones, Bobby Timmons, Philly Joe Jones, Harry "Sweets" Edison